Whats on in #DublinTown This Weekend
There’s something for everyone coming up this weekend (9th-11th of Feb) in the City!
Each week, DublinTown are on the airwaves on the Friday edition of the Good Morning Dublin show on Dublin City FM. In case you missed it, here’s what you can do this weekend:
50 Shades Freed
The wait is finally over, 50 Shades Freed is available for the public to see from Friday! Grab the girls and head into the Savoy or Cineworld, who are doing a great deal of 2 for €9 prosecco in their bar with some of their team members dressing up for the occasion and doing some cocktail specials. Even better, they are showing 50 Shades Freed in 3 of their screens with a performance on every hour and showing it in their IMAX. Why not make a night of it and head for some food and cocktails before or after, or both! Gin Palace have a wide selection of gins and cocktails for you to try and Le Bon Crubeen do a delish menu all week long.
Music and Dance in Ilac Shopping Centre
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, the Ilac Shopping Centre are having Elvis tribute extraordinaire, Gary Gibson along with some ballroom dancing exhibitions by Fame Ireland. While you’re there, check out the wide selection of shops in the centre.
Until the 10th of February, The Olympia Theatre are showing Padraic McIntyre’s play, ‘The Night Joe Dolan’s Car Broke Down’. Set on a story St. Stephen’s Night, people are gathered in a rural pub in Cavan celebrating the 60th birthday of The Horse Munley. As the storm worsens, people begin to head home when there’s a knock on the door. From then, the craic, music and personal secrets all unfold. For Joe Dolan fans, this is one not to miss! Tickets start from €29 and are on sale now.
Something for the little one’s between the ages of 7-10 years old. This Saturday (10th Feb) from 2-3pm artist, Janine Davidson, will be helping children make their own Valentine’s cards inspired by Harry Clarke. For further information, click here.
The Gate Theatre presents John Osborne’s drama filled play, ‘Look Back in Anger’. Directed by award-winning Irish director Annabelle Comnyn, examines class and a marriage in trouble between college dropout Jimmy Porter and his upper class wife Alison. Trouble unfolds when Alison invites her friend to stay with them. Running until the 24th of March, tickets are between €25 – €38 and are on sale now.
For more information on any of the events listed, click here.
Tune in to Dublin City FM each Friday between 10.30am and 10.45am to find out what’s on that weekend!